We are here every Tuesday and Thursday, 9-1.
Remember, when Cincinnati Public Schools are closed for a holiday or snow day, we are also closed.
Hours & Programs at Community School
Big changes happening at the Camp Washington Community School.

Hours: Join us from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., still each Tuesday and Thursday, for Adult Study Hall.

Come brush up on computer skills, refresh your resume, study for the GED, check your e-mail, learn to type, or
search for jobs.

Free Mini Library: Can’t get to the library ? Come to Camp Washington Community School. Right by the door is our free bookshelf, where
you’ll find magazines, books, crosswords, etc. Take something with you, or leave something for others.

New GED Test: In 2014, drastic changes to the GED test were made. The good news? Students can now take the test in sections, rather than all at once. The downside? The test is much harder. But fear not — we provide individualized instruction to help!


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2012 GED Graduation Ceremony A Success!

Stephanie Crow • Instructor

Camp Washington Community School graduates (with instructor Stephanie Crow and Director Joe Gorman) at the  Literacy Center West Graduation Ceremony, June 7, 2012

It was an honor to participate in the 2012 Literacy Center West graduation ceremony held June 7 at Elder High School. Not only did we celebrate the graduation of six Camp Washington Community School students, but 75-year old student Allen Barker was named Student of the Year!
The six graduates are:

  • Allen Barker
  • Chantell Edens
  • Magen Bradshaw
  • Sherella Searcy
  • Teresa Coleman
  • Charlie Wiley

“This was a beautiful ceremony,” said school director Joe Gorman. “Very inspiring words by the students, especially LCW student of the year, Jonathan Roberts.”
The Camp Washington Community School provides free GED and tutoring services. We offer one-on-one instruction. GED classes are held Tuesday and Thursday, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at 2951 Sidney Avenue. Residents are encouraged to call 542-1637 today!